This kitchen remodeling started with an all new room layout, by removing middle partitions that divided the dining and cooking area we combined the rooms into an open space layout. With the elimination of the walls and installation of a new larger window, we allowed more light to come into the house. All new custom-wood kitchen cabinets in two tones of beige for the hood and the island and dark cherry for all other cabinets were installed. Tumbled travertine tiles were installed for the back-splash, and matte-finish seashell limestone counters were installed for both cabinets and the center island. A beam molding, protruding down from the ceilings defining the slopes and angles, was constructed and stained to match the kitchen cabinets and refinished wood floors. Porcelain plank tiles were installed from front door entrance throughout the kitchen area leading into the family room. These porcelain plank tiles are durable, withstand high heat, and also creates a clear definition for the couch and table areas.
This was a 1960’s kitchen that was in desperate need of a makeover. We closed up the back door and put in a smaller window to create a functional “L” shaped kitchen. The Island seats 3, provides additional storage and includes a microwave.
The addition of a sliding door in the adjacent dining room allows entry to an outside deck.
Furnished with Grohe faucet, Samsung appliances, Quartz countertops, Hudson light pendants,
The homeowner is thrilled with their updated modern kitchen.